A little wander round Seaton wouldn’t go amiss when you’re on your holidays in Devon; it’s a quiet town on the Jurassic Coast, where not a lot happens and the architecture isn’t particularly impressive, but nonetheless, there’s something rather nice about the town. The beach is a mile long and pebbly; in the summer you’ll see people sunbathing, mackerel fishing, and playing at watersports. Wander right out to the end and tucked between the cliffs is The Hideaway where you can have a bite to eat with the sea in your sights all the while.
Back in the town, in the thick of it, you can go to Seaton Jurassic for prehistoric fun where you get to travel back 200 million years on a time ship, and to find out what it feels like to be a tiny shrimp in a big, big rockpool. Exciting stuff. Catch the tram and ride along the wetlands to Colyton for a cream tea at The Tramstop Café; otherwise give that a miss and safe yourself for fish and chips when you get back to town. Stroll out to the harbour or Axe estuary, find a seat and eat them there as the sun goes down – the scenery, the light, it’s gorgeous.
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